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Explosive wildfire burning in Santa Cruz Mountains destroys 7 structures

A wildfire fueled by drought-stressed brush has charred 2,250 acres, destroyed seven structures and prompted residents to flee their homes in the Santa Cruz Mountains south of San Jose. Flames from the Loma fire have consumed a home and six outbuildings and damaged at least one other house since...
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